This is a list of items SLUUG owns.
TODO: This was copied over from http://www.cwelug.org/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi?Inventory; it could use some wiki-formatting cleanup. We could also stand to go through the stuff and get rid of a lot of it. Like to WITS.
1 complete HP system (small 19" rack at Craig's brother's?) 5 - 6 RS6000's ??? tape drives ??? disks disk Raid box lots of "bricks" 2 Xyplex Maxserver 1608 - 8 port terminal server.
(originally from http://www.sluug.org/~archive/steercom/200206/msg00086.shtml)
2 Wang 1414-LR - VGA monitor. VGA only, not SVGA or multi-sync. 3 Bull BDS 3 - ANSI terminal. Similar to VT220. One has cracked case. 1 Honywell HDS5 - terminal. Could be batch mode or sync communication, I couldn't get it to communicate in testing. 1 IBM FRU 36G054 - 2-1.2GB disk drives in a single full height enclosure. 50 Pin edge connector, single-ended SCSI 1. 2 Synoptics Lattisnet 2810 - 12 port 10Base-T concentrator. 2 Xyplex Maxserver 1608 - 8 port terminal server. Without flash card or CDROM, someone in SLUUG has them. Gary has the second. 4 US Robotics Sportster 33.6k modems.
24 IBM FRU 44F7137 - Id "2-4" MCA X.25 card. 4 IBM FRU 93F0377 - Id "2-R" MCA FDDI card. MIC connector. 3 IBM FRU 00G3368 - Id "2-1" MCA Ethernet card. AUI and BNC connectors. 7 IBM FRU 52G4894 - Id "3-7" MCA multiport serial card. 2 DB15 connectors. 1 IBM FRU 71F1224 - Id "1-2" MCA Mono Video card. 1 Unknown brand LSA2 - MCA Ethernet card. AUI and 10Base-T connectors. 2 3Com Etherlink 16 - ISA Ethernet card. 10Base-T. 2 3Com Etherlink III - ISA Ethernet card. AUI and 10Base-T connectors. 1 Hayes Smartmodem 1200 - ISA 1200 baud modem card. 1 Compaq 32 bit Netflex 2 - EISA Ethernet card. AUI, 10Base-T, and DB-9.
3M TR-1 400MB: 44 used in box; 33 used, no box; 10 brand new. 3M TR-3 1.6GB: 15 used in box; 6 used, no box.
Cables and adapters:
|6||0.3m||V.35(F) to V.35(F)|
|1||1m||V.35(F) to V.35(F)|
|1||2m||DB15(F) to V.35(M) - V.35 4 port multiprotocol, p/n 71F0162.|
|5||6m||DB37(F) to V.35(M) - IBM p/n 53H3928|
|6||11m||DB25(M) to V.35(M)|
|1||8m||DB25(M) to V.35(M)|
|4||3m||DB37(M) to V.35(M)|
|5||3m||DB37(F) to V.35(M)|
|8||4.5m||DB15(F) to DB15(M) - IBM p/n 43G0937, for 128 port 8 wire cntlr|
|2||n/a||DB15(M) Terminator - IBM p/n 43G0926,|
|1||11m||AUI (M) to AUI (F) - Ethernet AUI extender.|
|2||6m||AUI (M) to AUI (F) - Ethernet AUI extender.|
|1||1m||AUI (M) to AUI (F) - Ethernet AUI extender. IBM p/n 02G7374|
|1||3m||DB39(M) to Token Ring - IBM p/n 6339098,|
|1||2.5m||DB15(M) to DB15(M)|
|3||0.3m||DB25(M) to DB25(M)|
|1||0.3m||DB25(M) to DB9 (F)|
|1||4m||DB25(M) to DB25(F) - Bull CBL2101|
|18||17m||DB25(M) to Micro DB9(M) - Bull HN B78146301|
|13||n/a||DB25(M) to Micro DB9(M) - IBM 43G0465, CCITT V.42/EIA 232 adapter|
|4||n/a||Memotec Interface Adapter Unit - V.35 to X.21, RS422, RS449.|
|1||box assorted power cords.|
Non-SLUUG boxes I would donate if SLUUG could sell or use them:
5 IBM 9570-E61 - PS/2 Model 70. 386 PC, details TBD. 1 IBM PC/AT. 286 PC, details TBD.
1 Xyplex Maxserver 1600 - 20 port terminal server. With flash card. 1 IBM 7013-540 - Risc server, 32MB memory, ~5GB disk, Ethernet. Currently in use as michelob.
2 Sparc 5 box SCSI disks (condition and size unknown)
3 p166 - part of http://linuxpc.homelinux.org 1 p166 webdev.sluug.org - on loan to SLUUG (Dec 1st, 2003) 1 bar-code laser scanner (needs power cord and instructions)
Box of FCAL drives that fit the drive array connected to budlight
NOTE: This stuff doesn't seem to actually be SLUUG's stuff; just stuff Chuck would be willing to get rid of.)
You folks have far more detailed inventories than I:
numerous 10Base-2 Ethernet cards (ISA) numerous 10Base-T or combo Ethernet cards (ISA) plus an EISA Compaq Ethernet card numerous 486 boards w/procs and RAM numerous I/O cards numerous low end video cards, mostly ISA, some VLB several SCSI drives of various capacities several modems of various speeds, both internal and external a few 3Com rack-mountable 10Mb 16 port hubs 1 working Laserjet Series II 1 Laserjet Series II that needs a new feed roller
That's what comes to mind at the moment. Can easily loan/donate any of this for SLUUG use, or let me know if you need it for a non-profit group.